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Action and Legacy

The Very Rev Albert Bogle reflects on the need to think about the children of today in the world of tomorrow.

HAVE you ever considered the influence we all have on our children, friends, neighbours and work colleagues? We all leave a mark on each other for good or bad. Some might say we can choose to leave an inheritance of love or one of mistrust and division and even injustice.

One thing I’m sure of is that a new generation is growing up who feel they are being left an inheritance of global warming by a generation of older leaders more interested in pursuing economic growth than seeking to address the implications of climate change. For the generation growing up, love and care for creation doesn’t always seem to have the priority that they would like to see world governments own.

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